Australian–Swiss relations are foreign relations between Australia and Switzerland. Switzerland opened a consulate in Sydney in 1855 and one in Melbourne in 1856. Both countries established diplomatic relations in 1961. Australia is represented to Switzerland through its embassy in Berlin (Germany) and Australia also has a consulate-general in Geneva. Switzerland has an embassy in Canberra, a consulate-general in Sydney and 6 honorary consulates in Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne and Perth.
- List of Swiss Ambassadors to Australia
- Foreign relations of Australia
- Foreign relations of Switzerland
- Australian Department of Foerign Affairs and Trade about relations with Switzerland
- Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs about relations with Australia